From Breckinridge bridge looking south toward Kentucky Street. View of an almost empty storm basin with supporting concrete walls. Train tracks are on either side with some freight train cars on the tracks. Four boys stand on the concrete base of...
Side view of a long, two-story brick building painted white at the southwest corner of the 100 block of South 8th Street and Main Street. There are some wide warehouse and garage doors along the side. Two cars are parked next to the building.
View of the south side of the 300 block of Guthrie Street looking east. A fenced-off area containing boards, large metal buckets, and some planted trees. A few men stand at the corner where the fence has not been erected.
Flooded and icy street lined by houses and apartment buildings. Some people stand on the sidewalks. Image is stamped Ohio River Flood January - February 1937 by Commissioners of Sewerage of Louisville, Ky.
In the vicinity of Warren Avenue. Field with overgrown grass lined by trees, some of which have been painted white on the lower half of their trunks. Small houses or sheds are in the background. Caption: Warren Ave.
Whitney Avenue near 9th Street. Intersection of two dirt roads with houses on either side of the street. Some houses are under construction. The roof of the first house on the right is being framed. Notes: Whitney-Berry.
3rd Street at Lansing Avenue looking west. Intersection of two streets with some flooding at the curb. Both streets are in different stages of being dug up and repaired with piles of dirt along the roads. A manhole sticks up in the middle of the...
A group of boys, and some men, sit and stand on the edge of a stone bridge overlooking Beargrass Creek below. A large piece of equipment labeled Cannell-Conrad Const. Co. is in the bed at the bridge's archway. Title supplied by cataloger.
Intersection of Rudd Avenue, north of Western Parkway, now Northwestern Parkway, and an unidentified street. Part of a streetcar track is visible on Rudd Street. The other street is lined with houses and fields but dead-ends at some trees.